Fournitures offers a selection of customizable custom-made furniture, as well as decorative objects (lighting, household linen, tableware...) signed by talented designers and craftsmen paying particular attention to the quality of materials and workmanship.
A French publisher of furniture, carpets, lighting and wallpaper, La Chance presents the creations of a cosmopolitan selection of the best designers of the new generation and offers a contemporary interpretation of the tradition of French ornamental and decorative furniture anchored in the Art Deco period.
The designer story between Sylvie Amar & Partners and Hippolyte Courty de l’Arbre à Café continues with a new collaboration. After having designed «Revelation», the world’s best espresso cup elected by the SCAE - Speciality Coffee Association of Europe in 2015, he unveils the flagship of l’Arbre à Café.
The Galerie le French Design by VIA is the foremost Parisian exhibition space dedicated to contemporary design. For nearly 40 years, IT has been presenting the major design evolutions and prototypes of young talented designers. It represents an essential springboard bringing to light Philippe Starck, Matali Crasset, the Bouroullec brothers as the new generation of interior designers and editors.
In activity for ten years, the La Friche bookshop has decided to give itself ‘an architecture’ in keeping with the quality of the books it sells. Dimitri Sautier, interior architect and designer has often worked on multidisciplinary projects. He has a very technical and functional approach and an international perspective.
The Galerie VIA is the 1st Parisian showroom dedicated to contemporary design. Since 40 years, they display the most impactful evolutions in the field and showcase young talents' prototypes. Terrific springboard to notoriety, the Gallery has launched the new generation of architects and editors, unveiling Philippe Starck, Matali Crasset and the Bouroullec brothers.
In the pampas of Argentina a pulperia denotes the only bar-cum-grocery in the village. Fernando de Tomaso, a former chef de partie at the Crillon and at the Jardin du Royal Monceau, returns to his roots in this Argentinian outpost that looks like a bistro with its red frontage, wooden furniture and bar complete with high stools.
A new star is born in the Alain Ducasse galaxy, Le Chocolat, a genuine manufacturer of chocolate has opened in an old building located near the Bastille. The whole ambience is from the past, and covers some 320 sqm. Floors in concrete, walls in brick, partitions in frosted glass, the structure in steel and cast-iron, heavy doors which once graced the Bank of France and cleverly arranged second-hand furniture are used to ll the spaces.